United Airlines plans to suspend service to the Flagstaff Pulliam airport starting Oct. 30. The airline will review the situation after six months to determine if flights out of the northern Arizona airport will resume.
United Airlines currently offers direct flights to and from Denver out of Flagstaff. The Pulliam airport has offered the carrier service since 2019.
In communication from the airline to the airport officials, United continues to struggling to make hard decisions regarding fuel price, crew and aircraft shortages nationwide. United has had to cut routes nationwide.
The airport hopes to re-establish service in 2023. American Airlines continues to offer daily service from Flagstaff to Phoenix and Dallas/Fort Worth.
Pulliam Airport reports that 105,000 passengers have flown in and out of Flagstaff in the past year.